CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 20, 2009
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(Seattle: Steve Hartman) The story of 86-year-old Seattle, Washington, resident Edith Macefield, whose home became surrounded by a retail development because she turned down a million-dollar offer to sell, updated; scenes of her house shown; details given of her friendship with construction project manager Barry Martin. [In 2007, MACEFIELD - tells the reporter to go away.] [MARTIN – talks about helping Edith as she battled pancreatic cancer.] NOTE: original story aired October 12, 2007.
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